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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, APRIL 4, 1S03.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
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Orpheum tonight.
G. Kunst goes to the coast ihis after-Jioon.
Fine linp o.r ,'Cr.nv cvorvr.,i d,n ;ker home in New
w I'v. a w'aiiui iiUL i
letter list pub
receiving
at Mrs. Hanaa'5.
See "advertised"
lished this morning
Judge C. F. Petersen is
congratulations. It's a boy.
W. W. Hall is booked on the Gaelic
next month for the Bay city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gibson leave on
visit to California by the Rio.
Aiiss Frances Iawrence goes to the
coast in May for an extended visit.
, A. F. Cooke leaves ca the W. G. Hal
tonight for a business trip to Kauai.
The Orpheum theater telephone No
is 540. Order your seats by telephone.
Mrs. Hermann Focke will leave for
the continent on the Coptic ,next week.
A good carriage and saddle horse for
sale. Can be seen at 799 Fort street.
Special meeting of Lodge Le Progres
this Tuesday evening. Work in second
degree.
Ring up telephone 540 and have your
seat3 reserved at the Orpheum theater
tonight.
Estimates given free of charge for
work done by the Peerless Preserving
Paint Co.
Miss Helen Wilder will be in San
Francisco by next June, remaining
some time.
The J. II. Raymonds and Mrs. E. J
Parker and daughter leave for the
coast tli is week.
Mrs. W. M. Kincaid returns to the
States next mcrath on a visit to rela
tives in Minnesota.
Two good harness makers can secure
employment by applying at once to C.
R. Collins, King street.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell and the Misses
Mitchell of New York expect to return
home by today's steamer.
Jas. F. Morgan will sell at auction
tomorrow choice residence property
situated in Nutianu valley.
A perfectly trustworthy horse and
comparatively new harness and phae
ton for sale cheap. See notice.
Newly furnished cottages for rent,
with board, at McCully Homestead,
1GS0 King street. References re
quired.
Mrs. Le Munyon. Love building, has
something new in the way of menu
cards for dinner parties, etc. Call and
see them.
There will be a meeting of the Wo
man's Board of Missions at the Cen
tral Ucion church at 2:30 p. m. Tues
day, April 4th. g
John Ena and family leave for their
permanent residence in Mexico on the
City of Peking, sailing: for San Fran
cisco, April 29th.
One of the special features of the
Quaker concert tonight will be Harry
Pollworth, king of the slack wire. Don't
fail to see Harry.
Oscar TJnna, late manager of Kipa
hulu plantation, returns soon to his
home in Copenhagen, where he will re
side permanently.
On and after April 6th, all mails for
the Island of Oahu will close daily ex
cept Sundays, at the post office in Ho
nolulu at 8:45 a. m.
Theo. Bauman, at the Pantheon
Stables, Fort street, has for sale fifteen
young, strong mules, well broken, suit
able for plantation work.
The following members of Company
D have been transferred to B: Wrn.
Lyle. W. T. Jones, Jas. R. Gorman, O.
Whitehead, Harry Rees.
Frank L. Winter, of Hilo, for many
years with the Pacific 'Hardware Com
pany, was renewing old acquaintances
yesterday about the city.
T. McCants Stewart has removed his
law office into the Model block, oppo
site the Catholic Church, and is now
receiving his clients there.
The stockholders of the Onomea
Sugar Co. will hold a special .meeting
at the office of Castle & Cooke, Ltd.
today (Tuesday) at S:30 o'clock.
The officers of the Hawaiian Car
riacre ManufacturiiD?: Co. who will serve
during the ensuing year, are published
in this issue, per order of the secretary,
William Savidge.
Broker Armitace offers for sale to-
-t ill : i f r . t--.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Swanzey leave for
1 England next month
Miss White leaves in a fortnight for
England.
W. C. Weedon expects to leave for a
tour of the States next May.
John Cassiday and family go to San
Francisco bv the Gaelic in May.
Later news from the volcano may be
expected by the Mauna Loa today.
Turnkey J. F. Melanphy, of the Sta
tion House, is suffering from a siege of
the grippe.
Mrs. Henry C. Castle is booked on
the Nippon Maru for San Francisco,
sailing April 21st.
cisco on the trans-Pacific liner, sailing
in about two weeks.
Gen. Compton, Col. Ruhlen and Maj.
Langfitt were on a tour of inspection
yesterday of proposed sites for a mili
tary p-ost.
R. C. A. Peterson, stock broker,
bought 00 shares of Kihei at $4 pre
mium yesterday. "Bert" has an abid
ing faith in Kihei
The contract for building the Bere
tania Street school house has been
given to a San Francisco contractor.
His bid was 17,999
The engagement of Mrs. Cora Fair
child, of Gainesville, Texas, and Lieut
Kellogg, of the U. S. S. Ob'mpia, has
oeen announced, liotn parties are
well known here.
A jolly party of Hawaiian-born
young men, consisting J. F. Soper, F.
H. Armstrong, Ernest A. R. Ross and
others, leave for the coast at tne end
of April for a two months' vacation.
The George R. Carters, Mr. and Mrs
H. A. Strong, of Rochester, New York,
and Mrs. H. L. Achilles, a sister of
Mrs. Geo! R. Carter, leave for a tour of
Japan on the Coptic, sailing for Yoko
hama May 5th. They will remain in
the Orient about three months.
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With a Line of Seasonable Bargains in "GENTS' CANVAS
SHOES, in white aid colors. A full line which cannot
be duplicated elsewhere for the price, and we invite you to
call and inspect the novelties of the season.
Theo. PL Davies & Co
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Merchants and Commission Agents,
Beg to call the attention of the trade
to their complete line of
OUR
vants.
in- uccii -uitiuuT seiecteu xo meet your
Each and every article is marked at the lowest possible
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price. Come in and we shall convince you that we are in the lead.
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PAINTS AND OILS.
The Man
uiaciiirers Shoe Co., L'd,
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GENERAL
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PLANTATION
SDPPLES
igjs-i of the Big
FORT STREET.
A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishings.
GRAY AGATE WARE a Specialty
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Silhouette
Photography
IS Hi fill THE Ml
MESSENGER SERVICE.
Honolulu Messenger Service deliver
messages and packages. Tel. 378.
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THE
BARGAIN
C3,a,3rLUL3CLa,rLUL Street
flONTH
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FORT STREET.
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Do you want to learn how to make
SILHOUETTE PHOTOS? If you do
step in our store and we will take
pleasure in teaching you the art.
We have a complete line of KO-
DRY QQQDS Q9 lXPm
-" . f mA T.""C? n n .1 mTnTonn tttti r r r n
Our printing and developing depart
ment is turning out good work. Our
customers are pleased. We take pains
with every job none flighted. "We sell
the Kodaks, the film, and take pride in
the work of amateurs. We are glad to
sncw anyone the kind of work we do.
We have no photos for sale. Photo
printing done ty us in cloudy weather.
Work always ready when promised.
GRAN o
Spring
and' Easter
MILLINERY! MILLINERY
ON
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
AND THURSDAY.
The 21st 22nd and 23rd.
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All the Latest Novelties in
HEADGEAR, Imported direct
form Paris, London and New-
York.
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COR. KIUG & FORT STS.
day the following stocks:
Honokaa
Co., (as
Sugar Co.. American Sugar
srssnblel. Inter-Island S. N. Co.. Mut
ual Telephone Co.
The members of the Amateur Or
r.hpstra will nlease remember that the
next regular rehearsal will take place
Thursday evening in the Y. M. C. A,
hall at 7:45 o'clock.
Mme. Le Vanway wishes to an
nounce the arrival cf a competent as
sistant direct from the City of Paris.
Samples of the latest high grade novel
ties can be seen at 73 Beretania street.
Dr. A. McWayne is expected from
Kona on the Mauna Loa at noon today
and will leave on the Rio de Janeiro
for the coast. He has been suffering
some time from ill health and expects
to recuperate by a sea voyage.
Quite a party, consisting of tourists,
visitors from the coast and a few Ho-
noluluites, made a trip to the Pali last
Sunday." Leaving here about 9 o'clock
in the morning and taking their lunch
with them, they spent a very pleasant
day.
The annual meeting of the Second
Congregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
will take place in the Sunday school
room adjoining the Cathedral at 7:30
o'clock this evening. Election of
church-wardens and other important
business will be transacted.
There will be a meeting of the sub
scribers of the stock of the Niulii
Sugar Co. for the election of officers
and the transaction of any other bus
iness which may be brought before the
meeting, at the offices of Henry Water
house & Co., today at 9 o'clock a. m.
C. D. Helm, of the Advertiser staff,
who has been on the sick list for about
six weeks, is now rapidly improving
and is able to be out. He will prob
ably make a round fcrip to the coast
with Capt. Ward, of the Diamond
Head, hoping thereby to complete the
work of recovery in good shape.
ELEGANT DISPLAYS,
ONLY UP-TO-DATE GOODS
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March 12th to April 13th, re will of
fer the entire stock at a reduction of
40 per cent.
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This sale is for the purpose of mak
ing room for new good3 being ordered
by our new Company.
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Our prices are made extremely low,
and this sale is to be on cash terms.
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An exceedingly favorable opportun
ity is offered for large or small cash
buyers to yet goods at even lower than
wholesale prices.
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Don't fail to visit our store: you will
be surprised at the low prices and
qualities offered.
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NEW GOODS I
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Our new goods are opened and ready for vour
inspection:
Black and white checks and colored stripes and checks in
Fue ' 50 .
(Very stylish for waists.) Ja
Fancy white piques, newest styles for skirts 30e vd
Baj-adere stripes in chambrys 30o vd
. (Very durable and stylish.)
New organdies in large and small designs ........ 25c and 30c yd
T7:,rT":r: "u 20c yd
ictwus m aainty ngures, all colors is vrt
Dainty
'QQ nnvolhr -.111, "i AW
.j, 01m yiiiiu, cuauiui-i' ........ ru
Tin ? r? nrcranrli'ao rn, n ! j... ........... ovi jru
. auu uamiy ....... ....... Xftrt xrA
"NTaw cMrt vi-n ?c-f r. i it .. . "vu J U.
-; " iii piiiue, uiusuu, siiK ana satin.
vw sKirts, noDDy deslarns in white and rnirra
Latest styles in BLACK, WOOL AND SILK GOODS
A few crinkled seersuckers left at ' vA
New lot of Victoria lawns. .7 Vo'c ioiioo piece
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REMEMBER THE
argain
Month
Millleery
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N. S. SOB Dm 6000S CO.
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FORT STREET.
LADIES If you have not selected your
Spring Hat,
it will serve your interest to call and
see my display.
Styles in Trimmed or Dntrimmed Hats,
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Flowers, Trim
Limited.
TflE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS.
WAIANAE RESORT.
Near Waianae R. R. Depot.
LIGHT WINE AND BEER.
Refreshments of All Kinds.
C. SHIOZAWA, Prop.
40
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HOXOKAA SUGAR CO.
AMERICAN SUGAR
able).
CO. (Assess-
IXTER-ISLAND S. X CO.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO.
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HARRY ARMITAGE.
Share Broken
Cor. King & Bethel Sts.'
Telephone SS9.
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Typevriters Rented.
Sold For Casb.
Sold On Installment
PEARSON & II0BR0N,
312 FORT ST. TEL. 563.
Many improvements not found on
any other machine.
FULLY GUARANTEED.
We ask you to simply examine
the PEERLESS before placing
your ordei.
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NEVER BEFORE SEEN
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IN HONOLULU.
lings,
Have just added to my Millinery Department -
HAIR DRESSING AND MANICURING PARLORS
under the supervision of Miss Kern, late of Chicago,
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DSS
HOTEL STREET-
CO fleami
ARLINGTON
BLOCK
5 S Z 2 SS.
NEW LINE OF
Yamatoya's Shirts and Pajamas
Of Silk, Linen, Cotton, Crape and Wool.
STYLISH WHITE AND COL'D GOLF SHIRTS.
' FANCY SILK GOODS, ETC.,
AT REASONABLE PRICES. '
Japanoso m p
Hotel Street
rtors and C
Robinson
eaiors.
BiocR.
R
iscloii Iron Works
SA2n FBAK CISCO ------
CAIjIFOKNIA,
ENGINEERS Am BUILDERS
Pampiag Machinery, Heine Boilers,
Plain Tubular Boilers, Corliss Engines,
.... Cane Cars, Yacnnm Pans
And All Machinery for the complete equipment of
mi us.
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Office: Room 9, Spreckels Block,
HONOLULU, II. I.
i.;fssrM JIW
I. Isoshima,
P'HAT HANUPACTITOI3D
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KING ST., Next to Castle & Cooke,
Straw, Panama and Native Hats in Stock.
Gents' Furnishings,
Japanese Bamboo Baskets,
Matting, Japanese Lanterns.

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